CMS Seeks Input on ICD-10 Testing, Key ConceptsThe Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is crafting a comprehensive testing program for the ICD-10 transition to avoid confusion similar to the HIPAA 5010 transaction and is seeking provider input, according to ICD-10 Watch.
The Healthcare Billing and Management Association defined key concepts for ICD-10 readiness and compliance, including code sets, operating rules and administrative requirements.
CMS is soliciting input on those definitions from healthcare organizations through a series of listening sessions.
For a full list of sessions, see the CMS summary.
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